It’s here again and I’m finishing up the final touches to my meal. Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend with family and friends and to those who observe – Shabbat Shalom.
Month: January 2014
Buy them small and steam them gently! The dill and the walnuts enhance the sprout’s wonderful flavor.
This recipe was taught to me by a wonderful lady from the South. The flavor of caramelized corn, sugar and vanilla is irresistible. If you make it with coconut oil, there is a light flavor from coconut which I love. If you don’t- use melted margarine or vegetable oil. Naturally, […]
Beautiful to behold and deliciously sweet to eat! I like to wear gloves when handling beets so that my hands don’t turn red. If you are roasting yellow and red beets at the same time, you should wrap them separately so that the red doesn’t stain the yellow.
When Winter rolls in and you’re freezing inside and out, it’s great to come home to a big bowl of steaming hot soup overflowing with different kinds of vegetables. I’ve got a long list of veggies in this soup already; but you can always add or subtract to your taste. […]
Getting everything prepped and ready to finish up this week’s meal tomorrow!
This is an easy way to satisfy a craving for red meat.
These are delicious light cookies that let you know when they are done by developing a toasty brown rim around the outside. Prep time: 20 minutes
My appointments start at 10:30 AM. By 9 AM, I remove the fat from the pot roast, slice it and pour the barbecue sauce over it. That’s a pain to do after my nails are done:) The plan is to be back in my house by no later than 1:00 PM. I might […]
For me, gingerbread is high on the list of “comfort” foods. Smother it with home made applesauce and all is right with the world!